. medical care, inpatient and outpatient stuff would continue, would not be shut down. the u.s. postal service apparently would continue to operate on some sort of a schedule and the u.s. mint would continue to strike points. >> goodie too shoes, we continue to waste money instead of cutting down on spending. other things that wouldn't shut down, federal prison guards, air traffic controllers would be on the job and anything to do with national security would still be on the job. >> all right. let's talk a little bit about scott walker. he, of course, is the governor of wisconsin. we'll tell you how he was on the job yesterday. let's do it right now. yesterday, he presented his $52.2 billion budget to the people in wisconsin and he's in a tough spot because right now, wisconsin has a $3.5 billion budget hole so what he's proposing is he's going to reduce the amount of money he sends to local governments plus he's going to reduce the amount of money they send to school districts but at the same time that he makes the cuts in education, statewide he's going to increase voucher programs.